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Chronscope minis we'd like to see thread 2

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GI JOE

 

based on the 1980 comic book/TV show/cartoon, not the recent films

 

Baroness

 

Start with this one. There's something called GI Joe Con, which for their 2010 meet had a very nice picture of The Baroness. Find that illo and model this figure off of it.

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A modern police officer with no hands and an included hand sprue. Wearing sunglasses.

 

RIGHT HAND: Empty (open), holding revolver, empty (fist), holding... an axe.

LEFT HAND: Empty (open), holding flashlight, holding handcuffs.

 

 

Been reading Walking Dead lately?

 

Actually, I think maybe Axe Cop.

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Aaaaand wellender calls it in one! Although I personally think that two or three armed modern cop miniatures with interchangeable hands and heads would be an excellent thing, Axe Cop or not. I've gotten more mileage out of those interchangeable hands that came with Holmes and Watson...

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I'd love multipart assemblable-in-many-poses xenomorphs, but I understand Fox is rather litigious about the aliens. Exactly why you can get away with not-Predators, but not not-Aliens, I couldn't tell you. But if Reaper made 'em, I'd likely buy them.

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I mentioned this idea in the fantasy thread, with a scenario that came to mind.

 

A wedding party, or at least a bride and groom, perhaps being a more modern or futuristic-based look than a fantasy version.

 

A guy in tux could work for multiple purposes: wedding, going to a gala event, or a secret agent (not-James Bond :;): ) at the casino.

 

A bride model would probably be harder to make multiple uses of, especially if it had the veil and/or trailing train. A maid of honor model could be used for multiple purposes, such as a woman in a slinky dress for whatever women do in slinky dresses (i.e., lure a guy in tux at the casino to their doom). :lol:

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Sweeney Todd (not the Depp version).

 

Springheel Jack. (Though Jack was recently added to Pathfinder, so he might pop up there instead.)

 

Victorian villains - Jack the Ripper, Moriarty, Hound of the Baskervilles, Captain Nemo, Dracula.

 

Steam Man of the Prairie.

 

Tesla.

 

Ivan the Terrible.

 

Vlad Tepes.

 

Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth, King Henry VIII, Richard III.

 

Undead Wedding.

 

The Auld Grump

 

*EDIT* I was going to suggest Lavinia from Titus Andronicus, but that would be far too grim for anybody, even me. ::(:

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I have a single request,

 

Can we get a female mad scientist. Have scoured the internet and can find assitant or very ugly women scientist models.

 

I would like a normal (attractive wouldn't hurt) female mad scientist.

 

Thanks

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I haven't read this whole thread, so maybe this request is redundant:

 

Bearded thirtyish he-geeks. The Bryan mini is good, but he's nowhere near fat enough.

 

Goths. Modern ones, that is, not the ones who sacked Rome.

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I would like a miniature resembling Kerrigan as the Queen of Blades from Starcraft 2. Features that I would like to see included would be the carapace armor and skeletal spiky wings.

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